Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 25, 1933 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 25, 1933
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• »• The, (Continued) LAND TRADES No Cash Needed Last week's ad on TRADES brought us many inquiries. Don't let this opportunity pass to trade your clear small farm for a larger one. The Land and Insurance _ . ____ „ _ „,„ Companies have many fine 71st >' ear at death. He lived on a large farms in this and ad- fai ' m ",^ ar Oxford, with his par- joining counties on Which ^^ l . hls ,«?A rri »S« to .Elizabeth you can make a good trade! farming without putting up any cash.' OESTERREICHEB, EX-SUPERVISOR, TITONKA, DEAD Titonka, May 23—<Lewis M. Oesterreicher, former member of the Kossuth board of supervisors, died last week Wednesday following a comparatively short Mines, and was buried Friday, after funeral services conducted by the Rev. Fremont Faul at the Methodist church. Mr. Oesterreicher was born In Oxford township, Johnson county, August 10, 1362, and was in his 5 per cent intesest on balance. See, write, or call us at once. McDonald & Company Iowa State Bank Building. Phone 120. county. Five children were born: 'Lewis, who died in infancy; Freddie, who also died in childhood; and Roy, Alfred, and Ross, who 'live near Ti- There are five grandchil- tonka. dren. Mr. and iMrs. Oesterreicher moved from Johnson county in 1890 to the farm they had purchased a mile south of Titonka. Mr. Oesterreicher added to this farm from time to time till he owned 400 acres. Here frnrrtner Cowles Jr. Weds— . Last Thursday's Des Moines Register announced the marriage of Gardner Cowles Jr. to Lois Thornburg Wednesday noon. A picture of the' bride was in the issue. Following is the .Register's account of the wedding: Mrs. Z. €. Thornburg announces the marriage of her daughter Lois to Gardner Cowles Jr. The wedding was a quiet cere-, mony performed by the Rev. Stoddard Lane at noon Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Ruth Kreikenbaum won a travel prize. Other guests ot the club were Minnie J. Coate, and Bessie Hopkins. .Hostesses were Bertha . Cowles, 100 Thirty-seventh st. Only Mrs. Thornburg, Mr. and Mrs. Cowles, and a few near relatives and friends were present. Miss Thornburg wore a blue afternoon dress of triple sheer crepe trimmed with touches of white. A coat of the same material and a broad brimmed 'blue hat completed her costume. She wore a shoulder corsage of gardenias. The couple left by plane immediately after the ceremony for New York. They will sail May 25 on the S. Conte di Savoia for a brief lie and his wife lived till nine years trip in southern Europe. New regulations in all Barber Shops IN ALGONA All Hair Cuts 30c New closing hours beginning May 29th. Shops will be open Wednesday evenings until 9 o'clock. Closed at 6 o'clock all other nights except Saturday. LONG'S MEAT MARKET Wants you to phone or stop in when in need of any item in the meat line. SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER HALF F1UKI> SIMiING CHICKEJV ago, when they moved to towi Three years ago Mrs. Oesterreiche died, and Mr. Oesterreicher the; moved back to the farm. Mr. Oesterreicher . served tw terms on the board of supervisors One of his hobbies was an inten sive knowledge of the bible. CLOSE SCORES FEATURE LflST WEEITCU BANES Close klttenball games have been played by teams in the local league ,n the last week. The first one, ast week Monday, was the only easy one, the U. D. M. team defeat- ng the Gamble team 21-3. In all other games tension has been intense till the last inning ended. The men have all been playing good ball considering the early eason, and interest among players ind fans is higher than ever before. iLast week Tuesday evening a game 'between the R. C. A. and Skelly teams was won by R. C. A., 3-1. This game had been postponed from the Friday before because of rain. 'Last week Wednesday the Skelly team defeated the Phillips team, 3-2, getting the winning score towards the end of the game. Friday the Advertisers defeated R. C. A. 4-2, and Monday the Phillips team defeated the U. D. M., G-4. Last evening the Gamble team played R. C. A., and tomorrow night the Advertisers will play Skelly. Joyce Hartman is Graduate at Janesville H. S. Miss Thornburg was graduated from the University of Iowa in 1930. She is a member of Pi Beta Phi social sorority and Mortar 'Board. For three years she has been a member of The Des Moines Tribune reporting staff. She is a daughter of the late Z. C. Thornburg, school superintendent and postmaster of Des Moines. Gardner Cowles Jr. was graduated from Harvard university in 1925. He is executive editor of The Register and Tribune. Mr. Cowles was divorced from Helen 'urtiss of Ames in 1930. Mr. and Mrs. Cowles will live at S. W. Twenty-first st. and Watrous ave. on their return from Europe. T. C. Sherman Daughter to Wed— 'Mrs. T. C. Sherman will leave or New York City next Tuesday light to attend the wedding of her laughter Dorothy June 3. Dr. and Irs. R. R. Kennedy, Minneapolis, vill spend Memorial day here and ake Mr. Sherman home with them or a visit during his wife's ab- ence. Mrs. Kennedy and Mrs Iherman are sisters. Dorothy will be married to Cheser Kingsley, New York broker. It vill be a quiet wedding, with Mr. vingsley's mother, of New York, Dorothy's mother, and her broth-' E. Johnson, Laura Mitchell, Amy Johnson, and Lillian Granzow. Little Girl Is Baptized— iBetty Jean, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gebkeh, was bap- tised at the local Trinity Lutheran church Sunday. The Gebkens entertained Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Willrett, a daughter, the Joseph iLein- ingers, the John Schellers, the Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner, William Leininger, Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlwes, and a son at dinner the same day. Child Study Club Elects— The Child's Study club met last week Tuesday with Mrs. R. J. Keen. Officers were elected: Mrs. B. G. Richardson, president; Mrs. W. D, Andrews, vice president; Mrs. G. W. Stillnvan, secretary-treasurer. The club will have a picnic in June, which will conclude its meetings till fall. Wadsworth (Continued from page 1.) WhJttemore Guests—' Mr. and Mrs.- Roy Crawford, of Whittemore, entertained their bridge club Sunday night, and. Al- goniang attending were County Auditor and Mrs. E. J. Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph.'Brown, Mrs. Ann Zittritsch, Mrs. Howard Carey, and Mrs. Nellie Van Allen. Mrs. Butler won the high score prize. W. H. M. S. to Elect Today- Officers will toe elected at a Methodist W. H. M. S. meeting this afternoon at Mrs. L. J. .Malueg's. Cars will be at the church at 2:30 to take persons without transportation to the Malueg home near the Milwaukee depot. Mite boxes not yet turned in are expected. P. E. O.'s Close the~Year— The P. E. O.'s met at Mrs. W: B. Quarton's Tuesday night, and the program consisted of a state convention report by Mrs. S. E. McMahon, chapter president. This was the last meeting of tiie chapter till fall. ers a long time to Understand this, but in time they came to know him for what he really was. In his last years "he was' venerated by the community as Captain Ingham and Uncle ILew had been 'before him. Jlenred Two Families. Uncle Joe was twice wedded. In October, 1876, he married (Emeline Watkins, Mower county,'.MInn., and to them were born two children, Alice R., now Mrs. S. E: Davenport, Greeley, Col., and Harvey J., of Denver, Mrs. Wadsworth • died In 1902* In 1906 Uncle Joe married Mrs. N. A. Bushnell, formerly Janet McIntyre, and their companionship over a period of 27 years was ideal Uncle Joe and Aunt Jen, as they have for many years been familiarly known to all Algonlans, served together as the (best of foster parents for the children of the first Mrs. Bushnell, who was the present Mrs. Wadsworth's sister. Serred In Public Capacity. Uncle Joe served on the town council at two different periods. For six years he was a member of the state fair board. He served 12 years as mayor, beginning when the town's tinances were-entangled and ending with the best financial statement Algona had ever had. Uncle Joe was a Mason, a Knight Templar, a Shriner, and a charter menVber of the Eastern Star, and for many years, and till the end, he was a member of the Congregational church. FOiR SALE—SOWS WITH PIGS.— Charlie Egel, Algona, phone "F4. 10p 37 Repeal Ballot Is Printed in Paper Today iBoth wets and drys who are curious to know what the repeal ballot for the June 20 special election will look like may find a tentative form of the same on page ' nine of today's Advance, This form may be changed, but only in a minor way,-it is -believed. There is great apprehension, es peclally on the part of drys, that many voters will not understand and will vote directly contrary to convictions. To prevent this it needs to - be understood that the wet ticket is the first ticket and the second ticket fs the dry ticket. Many readers, doubtless, will find the names of candidates elsewhere in the state whom they know. Al- gonians of 25 to 30 years ago will note with interest that In Fremont county J. F. Porterfield is the wet candidate. Mr. Porterfield, it is believed, practicing law, was once pastor of the Baptist 'church here. He lias always been a strong democrat. Want Ads WANTED—A BOY TO CULTI- vate corn.—Call Advance. 8u37 WE NOW HAVE MAN0HU SOY beans.—Algona Flour & Feed 11U37-38 BE SURE AND SEE THE NEW Dodge and Plymouth before buy- ng a new car, at the Elbert Garage. 18u37-40 TWO FRESH COWS, also 2 JDuroe sows with 19 pigs purebred and free from necro.—A. C. Carlisle, mile east of Whittemore. 23p31 WANTED—MAN WITH OAR TO sell our Welt known products to farmers In Kossuth county.—'Write S. F. Baker & Co., Keokuk, Iowa. 2P-37-39 WANTED—TJEA-'OOIOFEE ROUTE man for regular route through Algona, Sexton, Burt. Write R. A. Togstad Coffee Co.,. Kokomo, Indiana. 19p36 STEAIDY WORK, GOOD PAY—Reliable man wanted to call on farmers. No experience or capital. —Write. MoNESS CO., Dept. B, Freeport, 111. • a2p37 CHICKS—CROCKS, 'REDS, WYAiN- dottes—$100, $4.90; 1,000, $48.00; White Leghorns—heavy assorted, 100, $4.76; 1,000, $45.00. We hatch all summer.—Thompson Hatchery, Elmore^ Minn. 24p36-39 100,000 TIRES—WHAT A 'LOT OF tires! This makes possible our jrlce as low as $2.76. Guaranteed ^0,000 miles. The second shipment LET BUILDING & LOAN SHARES HELP YOU; START SAVINO A SMALL AMOUNT OF MONEY EACH MONTH— Any amount from $1 up Invested each month starts an account. Our investment shares are paying 1% seml-annually. Over 400 satisfied share holders here dn Algona. All funds Invested in good sound first mortgage loans on Algona dwellings fully Insured. For more com'plete Information call at our office Just north of Iowa State bank. ALGONA BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION, Incorporated 1917, Authorized Capital Stock $l,000,000.-<!. R. La Barre, Sec.- Treas. Member Federal Home Loan Bk. 37tf has arrived—, n Gamble Stores acres one-half n,,^ 1 -, miles north of Brit, C9st < May 31, at i4o m° n % able, level, In'cloveV.^ 8011 .!* well, steel windmill lq « I Sold without ' no " —Preman & surance. „„ ,,, v , fo in matters of n 4! r r uri without any £$*** ' part. '"-" -• Mll 'o AGENCY, C NOTICE OP N ". 3734! State of low !. In District 1933. To All Whom it MB You are hereby Uni nstrument of wmm . m be the last Will an?" '"• "oui-iiig proof Of 9ini.""l Court House in AI«MII? "I the District Court otJ or the Clerk of 8 ai< 9 o'clock a. m. of Ule mentioned all porsons .are hereby notified 1 to appear, and show caimi'l they have, why said | D s, should not be probated ed as and for the last Testament of 8il id d eceasM , 1933 6d at AIg ° na ' io * *J n . , E - J. MfiEn WW CIeAr , k °f District ( <"-<« Alma Greiner ] Other Society. Mrs. J. M. Herbst, Mrs. Walter Lorenz, and Marie Weliler entertained 20 women at dinner and bridge last Thursday nfgM at Mrs. -„ _ ,„_... "'f 1*1 HA -HCllJlUlill" — rs Edward and Richard attending ' w> E ' ? am 's- The guests were he ceremony. I seated at small taibles centered ceremony. After the marriage the couple „_ -"O— «-m_. ^VJUJJIC •_m leave for Europe for a wed- ing trip, and on return they will e at home in New York. Dorothy, who is the only daugh- er of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman, was raduated from the University of visconsin, and after graduation, ook a business course at Minne- polis. After she finished her bus- ness course she was employed in a aw office in New York City and • - •• ~ - - • - .. --—•«. v/iujr, aim Old Algona friends of {he family or e Iast y ear has been private ave been interested to leam fclmt-1 sec retary to a doctor of nhilosonhv .„ W v-ii. inw^-i eaten (,u 1C ell ll U11UL vj wui "tiJimuou^Jily Joyce, eldest daughter of Dr. and I " amed Klein. She accompanied Mrs. E. C. Hartman, Janesville, P°= tor Klein to Europe in a cler- SOc STATES CAFE Wild Flower Lovers Wild ladyslippers or orchids for sale. $1 dozen DOROTHY HENDREN 1 1-2 miles S. Algona, Rfd 2 MRS. F. 1. TR1BON will sell the household goods of W. H. home Horan at theii FRIDAY, MAY 26 starting at 8 a. m. The Horans are leaving for everything California and must be sold. DANCE I. 0. 0. V. JLAIL MONDAY, MAY 29 Murklin's Melody Masters Bargain prices before 9 o'clock. A D VA NCE WANT AD5 6E L L Mi Wis., is a this year's graduate of the Janesville high school. The Janesville Daily Gazette of May 3 reported a senior class play the night before in which Joyce appeared. In the course of a half column story the Gazette said she "dominated the production with her gracious presence." Joyce was president of this year's senior class, also president of tlie student cabinet, which is the highest honor in the Janesville high school. Last year she was elected to membership in the national honor society. Doctor Hartman is still connected with the Pember-Nuzum clinic at Janesville. Fenton to Observe Decoration Day Fenton, May 23—The local Legionnaires will present the following ^Memorial day program at the Tuesday, Methodist church next begining at 10:30 a. m.: Piano solo, Stars and Stripes , Forever, C. L. Osborn; Star J Spangled -Banner, audience; invocation, the Rev. J. T. Snyder;. two vocal solos, Christ "in Flanders and Poppies Carry On, the latter the national convention song of the Legion and Auxiliary, Mrs. W. P Weisbrod. Lincoln's' Gettysburg speech, Verona Weisbrod; instrumental music, A Dream and By the Waters, of Minnetonka, Huskamp sisters;' address— the Rev. J. T. iSnyder. Vocal duet, It Sh'all Not Be in Vain, Edith Wolfe and Marie Fauerby; reading, In Flanders Field, Leona Borchardt; America, audience; instrumental duet, March Militaire, Mrs. C. L. Osborn and Verona Weisbrod. County Auxiliary To Meet at Burt Burt, May 23—The county Legion Auxiliary will hold a quarterly meeting at Lone Rock Tuesday afternoon, June 5, at the schoolhouse. Units will present a skit given at Fort Dodge at a district conference this spring. Reports of the conference will be given. Kossuth was the only county in the Eighth district that was 100 per cent in a!l requirements. A model chart of the county was on display in the convention room showing the accomplishments of each unit. The county exceeded its membership quota by six. Officers for the coming year will be elected. Lutheran School Graduates Four The Rev. P. J. Braner, teacher of the local Trinity Lutheran parish school, reports that his school this year had an enrollment of 18 children, including all grades except the first. The school prepares children for the 8th grade examinations. The eighth grade this year consisted of four pupils, all of whom passed the tests for admission to the high school. They were J aul Krug, Esther Geilenfeld. Rita Will, Hulda Zimmermann. ical capacity a year ago. 'Mr. Kingsley Is a graduate of •Lehigh. university in Pennsylvania and of the Harvard law school. Algona Girl Is Bride— Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop announce the marriage of their second daughter, Esther Jane, to Warren W. Patterson, Louisville, Ky Saturday, May 14, 1932, at Aledo, Esther. Is a graduate of the Algona high school and of the Uni- versitrof Iowa. She is a member ot Alpha Xi Delta social sosority and of the Omicron Nu, Pi Lambda Theta, ami Phi Beta Kappa honorary fraternities. For the last year and a half she has taught home economics in high school at Lowden, Iowa. Mr. Patterson, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lacey Patterson, Marshalltown. is also a graduate of the state university. He is a member of the Phi Delta Theta social fraternity. For the last year he has been engaged in social service work in Louisville, where he and his wife are now residing. Watanyuns Give Benefit Party— The Watanyans entertained at a benefit dinner and bridge party at Mrs. Anna March's Monday night. The average-score prize was won by Clarice Amesbury, Carroll, and with 'bouquets of tulips. Mrs. M. P. Weaver won high score, and high table prizes were won by Mesdames E. C. Hancher, A. E. Kresensky, and Wm. K. Ferguson. The Catholic Daughters entertained at a benefit bridge party last Thursday night at Mrs. Chas. Gilbride's. Mrs. iR. E. Kain and Mrs. George Holtzbauer were as 7 sisting hostesses. Mrs. W. A. Barry won high score; Mrs. J. W. Kelly, average score; and Mrs. C. L,. Blf- ley the consolation. There were 44 guests. Mrs. Charles Gilbride, Mrs. George Holtzbauer, and Mrs. 'Robert Kain entertained the Catholic Daughters and a few other friend's at the Gilibride home last Thursday evening at 12 tables of bridge. Mrs. W. A. (Barry won the high score; Mrs. J. W. Kelly, medium; and Mrs. C. L. Bliley, low. Mr. and Mrs. James Finley, of north Riverdale, entertained' a group of friends at their home a week ago Sunday evening. Bridge* was played at three tables, Rosanne Thilges and Lawrence Thilges winning the high scores. After bridge a buffet supper was served, Mrs. C. H. Taylor's Sunday school class, the Baptist Busy- Bunch, will conduct a bake sale •Saturday at the Anderson meat market. The class is trying to- raise money to redecorate the' Sunday school rooms. The (Presbyterian Helping; 'Hand 1 society meets next week Tfiursday afternoon with Mrs. Fred Gefgel,. southeast of town; assisting hostesses, Mesdames J, iR. Mawdsley,. L. J. De Graw, Earl Crouch. The Woman's Relief Corps club met yesterday afternoon with- Mrs. Ella Laird. Mary Williams, Luella Donnell, and Mary Duryea were assisting hostesses. Mrs. H. D. Clapsaddle will entertain the (Legion Auxiliary at a radio sewing party tomorrow at 2 p. Illllllllllllllllll Here's a pleasant surprise—two weeks earlier than usual THE ONE AND ONLY, ORIGINAL 'Quality Fir«t. Last and All the Time" j Just two Days Friday and Saturday. May 26 and 27th S '"® cold unseasonable Spring has left ux wif-K 'c • r* = nual Two-for-On* Sal« *™, !?__ line i. efnave decided to stage our great semi-an- and I ffSa&Ss^^ttiMWKr m., Mrs. John Dutton assisting. TWEEK PRICES FRIDAY and SATURDAY Fishing reels, 100-yd 4*4 AA level winding ' J| .00 Dairy pails, 12-qt., ^^ good quality 23C Pocket knives, «%A 3 blades, with punch 39C Garden hose, 4* A . _ 50-ft. coupled $2.45 Chick feeders, 40 Ib. capacity 20 ID. capacity 3-gal. chick waterers 2-gal. waterers Lawn mowers, 16-in. ball bearing, 10-in. wheel, adjustable reel Ivory Enamel Ware 39 Cent Items 3 1/8 qt. sauce pans, 5-qt. wash basins, large stove pans, 10-qt. dish pans . 59 Cent Items qt. sauce, 4 1-4 qt. mix bowls, 6- l^-qt. pails, 10-qt. combinets. Kohlhaas & Spilles CASH HARDWARE e» who uKr Pe T.' a ,™ ediu ™ °f aavertuing thw .ale to * | you are unable.o ^t^SSE^ W*« » >—• Therefore, « I |^ ebrm « heralon «- You will be amazed at the ^ Sale ever invented. A. prices go down, Sale because the~"S5£l"tfck£ < «^ T' 06 ' ^« h PreVail during the Tw< " g pay for one garment and get another free. * W * y * ° n * e * arinentB and Coats ^SiSSS»aar uure- can Absolutely Free ••• 2 f o r 1 Dresses mind ' x <»sve s dresses •• i< clean, fresh lot of deslr- SJll ° Stly from thls Se a 80n - Bear ln - stylesind a fetf ?™ ° <; om P! e te from 14 to 46 but there many sizes 88 to 44 so come early If jot large size as they will not last long at the Id«*^?» e %? them *»«•' These are ? U inai »Hoi Vi P l rf . ect mtlB K garments and the orig- ^£«&&J3KS.'« t *' .Alwolutely Free Please remember there are tift •' '"—H-P-I£s^^^*^^-^^i±S:. , May 26th ^ ». In all the world, no sale like keep yo

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